Retail giant Walmart is expanding its iPhone Scan & Go pilot program to more than 200 stores, the company confirmed today.
If you're not familiar, the program makes it possible for shoppers to use their iPhones to scan and pay for items at self-checkout counters.
The pilot began near the company's home office in Bentonville, Arkansas in late 2012, then expanded to Atlanta, Reuters reported this morning.
While the program is tripling in size, for now it will be in only a small fraction of Walmart’s more than 4,000 U.S. stores.
“We want our customer feedback to dictate the experience,” says Gibu Thomas, senior vice president of mobile and digital at Walmart Global eCommerce. “You’ll see this roll out to more markets.”